EuroChem reveals phosphate expansion plans at Kovdor

By James Sean Dickson
Published: Wednesday, 27 May 2015

The phosphate miner is to extend its mine life while pursuing cost-cutting via vertical integration. EuroChem says it expects to beat oversupply situation with economics.

Switzerland-headquartered phosphate miner EuroChem has given details of its plans to expand production at its sites in Kovdor, northwest Russia, and at other deposits across the federation.
Speaking to IM during a visit to the company’s Kovdorskiy apatite (phosphate), iron ore and baddeleyite (zirconia) mine in Kovdor, EuroChem’s mining director,...

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